SYRACUSE, N.Y. — A former auto dealership manager convicted of possessing an apartment complex maintenance worker's winning $5 million New York lottery ticket was sentenced Tuesday to up to 25 years in prison by a judge who cited his "rapacious greed." The Onondaga County District Attorney's Office said Andy Ashkar, 35, of Camillus, was sentenced Tuesday morning to the maximum sentence of 8 1/3 to 25 years for having the ticket that was stolen at his parents' convenience store in Syracuse in October 2006.


Million Dollar Lottery Winner At North Utica Byrne Dairy

An Oneida County man wins a Sweet Million, with a little help from his daughter. 65-year old Philip Domser was presented with a ceremonial check for $1 million at the Byrne Dairy in North Utica this morning by the New York Lottery's Gretchen Dizer.